Mode of study:
City and Guilds
The units covered are a range of theory and practical tasks in the following areas:
- Introduction to Health and Safety
- Constructing a Tee Halving
- Tiling a wall
- Painting a flat surface
- Conduct at work
- Effective communication
- Undertaking work placements
- Investigating rights and responsibilities
- Working as part of a team
- Attitudes and values for personal development.
Opportunity to improve Construction skills, English and Mathematics
Career Opportunities & Further Study
Work experience and volunteering in the community, in the form of project based activity.
Chance to progress into further vocational courses within the college environment.
To achieve the ENTRY LEVEL 3 Certificate for Skills for Working in the Construction Industry, learners must achieve:
|A minimum of 16 credits. 2 credits from the Mandatory Group plus a maximum of 3 credits from: Optional Group A and a minimum of 11 credits from Optional Group B.
Interest in Construction and aspiration to continue the study of English and Mathematics.
How To Apply
Use the below link to apply for the above course.